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a 13-year old shot while lying in bed, also putting a local college on lock down. >> a child falls out of the back of a school bus, the investigation underway this morning z. plus the show down, we have all the big moments and analysis from jon keller. . good morning. thanks so much for joining us. >> it is thursday, october 20th. we are almost at the weekend. >> almost to the weekend. >> so close. >> get through today and
there. temperatures this morning are sitting on the mild side again but most of us are in the 50s out the door. it's 56 in boston right now, 53 in worcester, 49 in manchester and 60 when you come back down to cha it tham. there are a few increasing clouds back across southern vermont and new hampshire. so a bright start, sunrise at 7:03. temperature around 50, clouds increase by lunchtime. wind off the ocean will be about 62 and top outright around the low 60s today. the clouds will thicken up as we head into the ride home. temperatures in the upper 50s, those showers will become more scattered through the evening hours and tracking a a soggy end to the week tomorrow. the hour by hour in just a few.
ems tells us one person was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. no word yet on any arrests. now, to a developing story, a 13-year old boy grazed by a stray bullet in his own bed. police responded to reports of shots fired between a group of youths just after 8 last night. they say the boy who was in a third floor apartment was hit in the shoulder. neighbors tell us they believe this park. >> a lot of crazy stuff. we need to stop all this violence. >> the teen was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. investigators are searching for 2 suspects who left the scene in dark colored are ford. the shooting led to a brief lock down of bunker hill community college.
debate show down. >> he'd rather have a puppet as president. >> things quickly turned nasty. donald trump and hillary clinton clashing on nearly every topic. >> russia, china are or anybody else she has no idea. >> reporter: it didn't take long for these 2 to mix it up crashing sharply. >> look, from everythg >> well, that's because he'd rather have a puppet. it's pretty clear you won't admit. >> no, you're the puppet. >> they have engage in cyber attacks against the united states of america. >> and things started to get personal when the debate turned to who's got the right experience. >> you have experience over me but it's bad experience because what you've done has turned out badly.
in a position to help and make it impossible for me to do that, i wouldn't mind, the problem is you talk but don't get anything done. >> on the day when i was in the situation room monitoring the raid that brought bin ladder he be to juts -- what i've done for this country every way that i could. >> reporter: for the most part trump kept his cool and made his points. . >> she got these people to step forward if it wasn't they get their ten minutes of fame, but they were all totally -- it was all fiction, it was lies and fiction. >> donald thinks belittling
after their dignity, self-worth and i don't think there is a woman anywhere who doesn't know what that feels like. >> reporter: and what about trump's claims that the election is rigged. >> sir, that you will absolutely accept the result of this election. >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. what i've seen, what i've seen so bad. >> president obama said the other day. >> holdn doing the job. >> reporter: overall this was trump's best debate and his core supporters will be happy this morning but clinton gave as good as she got and raised many of trump's politically toxic statements. i doubt it will have a substantial impact on the race. . >> and the candidates kept their
time. the candidates's families also didn't greet one another but that was because of the way they entered the debate haul. and the vice president candidate will be campaign for her today in new hampshire. he was in boston yesterday for a cancer summit. one of 2 boston police officers shot in the line of duty is out of the hospital. tolo he and officer marce were shot in a shoot out last week. the suspect was killed, both officers were in critical condition. the commissioner says he's amazed at the recovery. >> i'm very happy. i would have never thought he'd be home with the shape he was in, and the whole city pulled together, he have one, you know, prayed and we're happy he's home, and he'll
mass general and said to be making progress. >> a blood drive will be held today in honor of the 2 officers. . well, a last ditch effort to stop the expansion of boston children's hospital and save a popular green space, supporters of the garden will rally at the state house today. replace the departed den which is popular with patient's families. the department of public health already recommend today approve the project. today the health council will vote in what's expected to be the final hurdle. earlier this week governor baker told the globe he supports the one billion dollar expansion but wants to make sure the costs are not passed onto patients.
newspaper box, but some say the charges don't go far enough. police say a 23 and 24-year old were among the 7 people who put explosives inside the box back in august. they're due in court tomorrow. but the pair is not charged with a hate crime. >> of course there's a little disappointment definitely but i was expecting a different outcome because to us this expected it to be something else. >> over the summer the rainbow times was the target of repeated vandalism. . new overnight a car fire shuts down part of route 9. you can see the smoke there. route 9 westbound was closed for a
it has since reopened. and on route 9 an suv went off the road and slammed into a light pole. a student is recovering after falling out of a school bus and now the school appeared bus company are investigating. the district says the students fell from the back of the bus yesterday afternoon as it pulled away from a school. the student was alert and talking when the ambulance arrived and expected to be okay. >> type of battle for an army reservist. >> he had a heart attack during his military fitness test. >> and the wireless company
i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. dear fellow citizen, time spent with my son really makes me appreciate "the now". but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way.
that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen. new hampshire college graduates have the highest student debt in the nation. a new report finds the average graduate owes $36,000. massachusetts had the 7th highest utah had the lowest.
can you get an original drink at starbucks and disney's new marketing plan to get kids to eat their fruits and vegetables. >> reporter: good morning, team mobile's unlimited data plans not so unlimited according to the u.s. government. they have agreed to a $48 million settlement for allegedly failing to tell customers that it slows down speed f data users. parents trying to get their kids to eat better. disney is teaming up with dole. they'll be branded with popular disney characters. and if it feels like starbucks has too many chooses. this weekend they'll feature originals their fall recipes
so much on the menu to choose from if you have the expert at starbucks picking it for you let them do it. >> i us a get the same thing he have time i go. >> don't shot over ice with a little bit of skim . good morning. we're talking about temperatures today that are going to be much cooler than what we hit 80s in spots yesterday afternoon, 60s will do it today. 56 in boston right now. we're in the 40s in some of the suburbs. most of us 10 to 20 degrees cooler than we were yesterday. 49 in manchester, 44 in keene. we have partially clear skies right now with but the clouds are going to be on the increase gradually during the day today and they come out of head of some areas of rain. downpours pushing through parts of northwest pennsylvania back
more rain where that came from too down in ohio. this is a slow moving front that's going to return to new england. what that means for us is we're on the cooler side. highs today only top out in the low 60s in boston, middle to upper 60s inland and some may come close to 70 degrees today. now, the morning is fine, it's bright, cool, even through mid-day i'll takeou the hour by hour, still in for a lot of sunshine through the first part of the afternoon. then the second half of the day especially you're going to notice the clouds increasing. notice not a lot of green showing up on the map. so most of the day is dry, looking good and eventually we see some green show up between 6 and 8 p.m., we get some scattered showers generally light. so tonight expect clouds areas of fog and showers, low
will probably rise to the low 60s tomorrow morning. what this, yeah, 70 to 75 tomorrow, we punch into the warmer air and it's going to be humid tomorrow and you'll want to have the wet weather gear because there will be showers around, light in the morning but watch what happens through the afternoon. they become more widespread, even a few downpours in there especially towards tomorrow evening in eastern massachusetts we get a band of tropical moisture moving northward. bysa still be some left over showers and the big story for the upcoming weekend is going to be the wind it's really going to get gusty. and that includes saturday, 62 falling into the 50s, wind out of the west with a tail wind, 25 to 35 miles per hour. we may see gusts as high as 40. chilly feel in the 50s on sunday and stay in the 50s
boston is beefing up its emt force to improve response times. according to the globe the emergency medical selveses department will add 20 additional people by next spring. current there are about 350 full-time emts on staff. it comes from a budget increase and the money will go towards replacing 10 ageing ambulances. an army reservist struggling to pay his medicine bills. he had a heart attack during his the military won't pay for his treatment. >> this past year has been as difficult as challenging as my deemployeement. >> reporter: he's an army veteran, a current active reserve member but lately him and his wife have been in a different battle a fight to get health benefits from the army. it began when he took a physical fitness test last november. >> we were doing the push-ups, i
lot harder than it has ever been. so he hooked me up to the ekg and said i'm 99.9% certain you're having a heart attack. >> one artery was completely blocked but there was another problem the army determined the heart attack did not happen in the line of duty. so it's withholding medical payments. >> if you have a heart attack during a forced -- a mandated pt test and tell him it's his fault that he could have had it at ho home. >> reporter: the army cited an earlier blood test. >> my cholesterol was 214, however the day i had my heart attack my total cholesterol was down to 185. >> reporter: with bills piling up their credit rating has suffered. the army just reopened the case. a spokesman telling wbz it's a top concern
all levels. >> i'm open misparticular. >> persist tans has paid off. >> reporter: they're also crediting pressure from new hampshire politicians and media attention. there's no timetable when this case will be resolved but again it is now reopened. . >> glad he's okay. still ahead a warning this morning for a local cat owners. >> plus a downtown crossing restaurant back open, what the company is saying health code violations. >> and a big surprise for one local woman when she suddenly goes into labor.
boston police investigating a serious shooting roxbury. ems tells us one person was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. no word yet on if any arrests were made. hillary clinton and donald trump faced off in their debate last night but the candidates had very different answers when asked if each will concede if the other wins. >> i will look at it at the time. >> i for one, am appalled that somebody who is the nominee of one of our 2 major parties would take that kind of position. >> clinton and trump will be in the same room again tonight at an annual charity dinner for the archdiocese of new york. a new hampshire police
are heading to court. sky eye was over the scene yesterday. 2 suspects were arrested at the scene, a third escaped setting off a massive manhunt. officers say they found him hiding in a shed. the parents of a high school math teacher murder by her student are suing the town of danvers and the school district. his parents want to know how he could she could be attacked. they say security cameras at the school failed to protect her. the lawsuit also names the cleaning company that washed away potential evidence. the family says any money awarded in the lawsuit would go to improving school safety and charities. sweet green in downtown crossing is back open this morning after it closed voluntarily. the city found health violations. the chain
released a statement saying they're working to ensure safety standards at all of its restaurants. we're now getting a good look at the rescue of a swimmer stranded in the waters. the coast guard hoisted the 58-year old into a helicopter tuesday night. he had been treading water in a wet suit for hours. he went swimming with his son-in-law when they got caught in a rip current. the animal rescue le for a virus that's potentially deadly to cats. there's been an outbreak of fee line distemper. it will be held from 9:30 to 12:30 this saturday. they have to be in a carrier. . well u.s. health officials are now recommended zika testing
recently spent time in florida's miami-dade county. the test is recommended for pregnant women who lived in or visited the area since august even if they don't have symptoms. mit is going green. the cool is form ago partnership with boston medical center and a development company to build and buy electricity from a solar farm in north carolina. a virginia based power company agreed to build and operate the facility which should be completed this year. mitil buy 73% of the power generated and bmc will buy 26%. and coming up the president of mit will be on cbs this morning, set to discussed the world latest record set boot university. its team of researchers is testing nuclear fusion to create clean energy. a massachusetts woman went to the hospital for stomach pains and got the surprise of a lifetime, a baby. the 23-year old says she's been to the doctor several times over the
never any indication she was carrying a baby boy until sunday when an ultrasound technician looking for the source of her stomach discomfort found him. . >> i've lived a normal life, worked full-time, like i -- there was no symptoms, i got my period, like it wasn't -- there couldn't have been any hints. >> the little boy was born at 5 pounds and she has been piecing together baby clothing, furniture and toy ban struggle she says it is worth it. that is definitely the surprise of a lifetime. still to come a taste of spring in downtown boston. >> people getting free flowers
spreading cheer in downtown boston. 1,700 flowers were handled out yesterday as part of the national pedal it forward. each persons gets 2 with the intention of sharing a second with another person. did you keep both of yours? because i didn't get one. >> i didn't go, i didn't get any flowers and i wish i did. >> flowers will cheer anybody up. your top stories, weather and traffic are all straight
developing right now at 5:00 a 13 years old hit by a stray bullet in his own bed, the search for 2 suspects. and fireworks on the debate stage, clinton and trump clashing over the issues. plus the last ditch effort to save the garden as officials get ready to vote on an expansion plan at children's hospital. . good morning. 5:00 right now. >> it is thursday october 20th. let's get a check of the forecast with danielle and we're certainly off to a cooler start. develop off to a cooler start, about 10 to 20 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. we hit 81 in boston yesterday afternoon. most of us running in the 50s and 40s. it's 40 in